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Comment envoyer un e-mail récurrent planifié dans Outlook?

Dans Microsoft Outlook, vous pouvez facilement envoyer un rendez-vous, une réunion ou une tâche périodique à d'autres personnes. Mais si vous souhaitez simplement envoyer un e-mail périodique sans rendez-vous, réunion ou tâche, comment pouvez-vous faire? Malheureusement, Outlook ne fournit aucune fonctionnalité pour l'envoi d'e-mails récurrents planifiés, mais dans notre didacticiel, nous vous montrerons comment envoyer un e-mail récurrent planifié dans Outlook.

Envoyer un e-mail périodique planifié dans Outlook avec le code VBA


Envoyer un e-mail périodique planifié dans Outlook avec le code VBA

Ce tutoriel est divisé en quatre parties, vous réussirez à envoyer un e-mail de planning récurrent après avoir terminé ces parties. Veuillez faire comme suit.

Première partie: créer un nouveau rendez-vous

1. Veuillez accéder au Calendrier voir en cliquant Calendrier et Volet de navigation, puis créez un nouveau rendez-vous en cliquant sur Nouveau rendez-vous sous Accueil languette.

3. dans le Rendez-vous dialogue sous Rendez-vous languette. Tu dois:

R: Tapez le Titre B: saisissez les adresses e-mail des destinataires dans le Adresse
C: Configurez le Heure de début et l’équipe de Heure de fin D: Sélectionnez le rappel sous Rappel la liste déroulante.
Si vous choisissez 15 minutes, cela signifie qu'il vous rappellera 15 minutes à l'avance lorsque l'e-mail est envoyé.
E: Composez le corps de votre rendez-vous.

Notes: Le Objet du rendez-vous deviendra le sujet de l'e-mail récurrent; et le Organe de nomination deviendra le corps de l'e-mail récurrent lorsque les destinataires auront reçu l'e-mail.

Deuxième partie: créer une nouvelle catégorie

Vous devez maintenant créer une nouvelle catégorie nommée "Envoyer un e-mail récurrent" comme suit:

1. dans le Rendez-vous dialogue, veuillez cliquer Classer par catégories > Catégories et Tags groupe sous Rendez-vous languette.

2. Quand le Catégories de couleurs boîte de dialogue qui apparaît, veuillez cliquer Nouveau! bouton. dans le Ajouter une nouvelle catégorie boîte de dialogue, tapez "Envoyer un e-mail récurrent"Dans le Prénom et Nom champ; puis choisissez une couleur dans le Couleur la liste déroulante. Puis clique OK.

3. Ensuite, vous verrez le "Envoyer un e-mail récurrent"Catégorie" est répertoriée, veuillez cocher la case, puis cliquez sur OK .

Troisième partie: définir la récurrence

Il est maintenant temps de définir la périodicité du rendez-vous.

1. Cliquez Récurrence et Les options groupe sous Rendez-vous languette. Voir la capture d'écran:

2. dans le Récurrence de rendez-vous boîte de dialogue, configurez votre Récurrence modèle. Si vous avez besoin d'une heure de fin, veuillez la configurer sous Gamme de récidive. Et puis cliquez OK.

3. Lorsqu'il revient au Rendez-vous dialogue, veuillez cliquer Sauvegarder et fermer bouton. Voir la capture d'écran:

Dernier: utilisez le code VBA pour envoyer l'e-mail récurrent de planification

1. Veuillez appuyer sur autre + F11 ouvrir le Microsoft Visual Basic pour applications dialogue.

2. Double-cliquez sur Project1 > Objet Microsoft Outlook > Cette session Outlook dans le volet gauche. Voir la capture d'écran:

3. Copiez et collez le code VBA suivant dans l'éditeur VBA. Et puis cliquez .

VBA: envoi d'e-mails récurrents programmés

Private Sub Application_Reminder(ByVal Item As Object)
'Updated by Extendoffice 20200522
Dim xMailItem As MailItem
Dim xItemDoc As Word.Document
Dim xNewDoc As Word.Document
Dim xFldPath As String
On Error Resume Next
If Item.Class <> OlObjectClass.olAppointment Then Exit Sub
If Item.Categories <> "Send Schedule Recurring Email" Then Exit Sub
Set xMailItem = Outlook.Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)
Set xItemDoc = Item.GetInspector.WordEditor
xFldPath = CStr(Environ("USERPROFILE"))
xFldPath = xFldPath & "\MyReminder"
If Dir(xFldPath, vbDirectory) = "" Then
    MkDir xFldPath
End If
xFldPath = xFldPath & "\AppointmentBody.xml"
xItemDoc.SaveAs2 xFldPath, wdFormatXMLDocument ' wdFormatXML
Set xNewDoc = xMailItem.GetInspector.WordEditor
VBA.DoEvents
xNewDoc.Application.Selection.HomeKey
xNewDoc.Activate
xNewDoc.Application.Selection.InsertFile FileName:=xFldPath, Attachment:=False
With xMailItem
    .To = Item.Location
    .Recipients.ResolveAll
    .Subject = Item.Subject
    .Send
End With
Set xMailItem = Nothing
VBA.Kill xFldPath
End Sub

4. Cliquez Outils > Références ouvrir le Références - Projet dialogue. Dans la boîte de dialogue, cochez Bibliothèque d'objets Microsoft Word option et cliquez sur le OK .

5. appuie sur le autre + Q clés en même temps pour fermer le Microsoft Visual Basic pour applications fenêtre.

When the Rappel apparaîtra, l'e-mail sera automatiquement envoyé aux destinataires que vous avez tapés dans le champ Emplacement dans la première partie. Puis clique Fermer et Rappel dialogue. Et l'e-mail sera envoyé de manière récurrente tous les jours pendant cette période. Voir la capture d'écran:

Notes: Le code VBA a été testé avec succès dans Outlook 2010 et les versions ultérieures.


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    Laurie · 3 years ago
    Is it necessary to attach a reminder to trigger the email?
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    tallgingerone · 3 years ago
    Hi there, my appointment did not send. I am unsure if there is an issue with the code I am using. I want to send the email to 6 addresses and have separated them with semi colons; do I need to put the actual email addresses in to the code? Here is the code I used:



    Private Sub Application_Reminder(ByVal Item As Object)
    Dim MItem As MailItem
    Set MItem = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)
    If Item.MessageClass <> "IPM.Appointment" Then Exit Sub
    If Item.Categories <> "Send Schedule Recurring Email" Then Exit Sub
    MItem.To = "single or multiple emails separated by semi colon ";" "
    MItem.CC = "single or multiple emails separated by semi colon ";" "

    MItem.Subject = Item.Subject
    MItem.Body = Item.Body
    With MItem
    .Attachments.Add "network path of the file to be attached. eg: \\abc\def\ghi.doc"
    .Display

    End With
    MItem.Send
    Set MItem = Nothing
    End Sub



    Can anyone advise? Thank you
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      God Day,
      Any question about Outlook, please don’t hesitate to post in our forum: https://www.extendoffice.com/forum.html.
      You will get more supports about Outlook from our Outlook professional.
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    Anonymouse · 3 years ago
    It didnt work for me
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Good Day,
      The code has been updated in the post. Please try it again.
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    Chris · 3 years ago
    Same here, Office 2010 and 2016. Works great when setting up the First occurance, does not work when the next recurring reminder triggers the next week.
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Good Day,
      The code has been updated in the post. Please try it again.
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    tmas · 3 years ago
    The first automatic one of the series worked but no more have
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    Malcolm · 3 years ago
    I mean "dismiss"
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    Malcolm · 3 years ago
    Nothing is happening after I click submit.
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    AndrewR · 3 years ago
    Very useful, thank you for taking the time to create this.
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    CLAYTON · 3 years ago
    I do not receive an email after I hit DISMISS ... I did use <> in the location field - is that correct?
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Good Day,
      The <> does not effect the sending. Actually there is something wrong with the VBA code, and the code now is updated in the post. Please try again. Thank you!
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    engyaogoh@gmail.com · 3 years ago
    Hi All,


    I have added code to dismiss reminder once it was fired, so that we would not accidentally click snooze and cause the email to be resend. Also, code was added so that the full formatted email body is copied (including picture and attachment). Hope the code below will resolve all your issues.


    Code as below:


    Dim WithEvents objReminders As Outlook.Reminders
    Private Sub Application_Reminder(ByVal Item As Object)
    Dim MItem As MailItem
    Set MItem = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)
    If Item.MessageClass <> "IPM.Appointment" Then Exit Sub
    If Item.Categories <> "Send Schedule Recurring Email" Then Exit Sub
    MItem.To = Item.Location
    MItem.CC = ""
    MItem.BCC = ""
    MItem.Subject = Item.Subject
    MItem.BodyFormat = olFormatHTML
    Item.GetInspector().WordEditor.Range.Copy
    MItem.GetInspector().WordEditor.Range.Paste
    MItem.Display
    MItem.Send
    Set MItem = Nothing
    End Sub

    Private Sub Application_Startup()
    Set objReminders = Application.Reminders
    End Sub
    Private Sub objReminders_ReminderFire(ByVal ReminderOBject As Reminder)

    If ReminderOBject.Item.Categories <> "Send Schedule Recurring Email" Then Exit Sub

    ReminderOBject.Dismiss

    End Sub


    Regards,
    Engyaogoh
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    Newt · 3 years ago
    <HELP>

    hi I found out one.
    The first test of the code, it works properly.
    But I found out the next day to test, I found out it is not working anymore. (not sending the mail to the destination)


    I have tried the macro setting, remove categories, seem not working too.
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Hey,
      The code is now updated in the post, please try again! Thank you!
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    GP · 3 years ago
    A lot of people have asked about CC and adding an attachment and sending the mail to multiple people. Please use the VBA code below in place of the one provided in the VBA code step above.



    Private Sub Application_Reminder(ByVal Item As Object)
    Dim MItem As MailItem
    Set MItem = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)
    If Item.MessageClass <> "IPM.Appointment" Then Exit Sub
    If Item.Categories <> "Send Schedule Recurring Email" Then Exit Sub
    MItem.To = "single or multiple emails separated by semi colon ";" "
    MItem.CC = "single or multiple emails separated by semi colon ";" "

    MItem.Subject = Item.Subject
    MItem.Body = Item.Body
    With MItem
    .Attachments.Add "network path of the file to be attached. eg: \\abc\def\ghi.doc"
    .Display

    End With
    MItem.Send
    Set MItem = Nothing
    End Sub
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      Vinodh Kumar · 1 years ago
      Hi,

      I am getting syntax error. Help me pls.
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    PAP · 3 years ago
    Works well for Outlook 365! Thank you for sharing the code!
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    Mani · 3 years ago
    It is not working in Outlook 2013. Any help?
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Dear Nani,
      The code has been updated to be compatible with Outlook 2013.
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    Gandhiyappan · 3 years ago
    if my outlook is closed then mail is not sent. Is there any way to make it even when my outlook is closed
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    Sara · 3 years ago
    What Happens if I want to CC people?
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    Marc · 3 years ago
    Getting "Syntax Error " in VBA window. Using Outlook 2016 on Windows8
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Dear Mac,
      The code has been updated to be compatible with Outlook 2016.
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    Ajmal · 4 years ago
    I've setup multiple emails in outlook, how would it know to send it from?
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    Krystin · 4 years ago
    It will not let me add the amount of people I need to send too ?
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      Kyle · 4 years ago
      Asked and answered above. You add a distribution list (Outlook Contact Group) and use @ in the group name i.e. 'Spec@Group'. Put all the people you like in that group.
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        Brian · 3 years ago
        Sorry - I'm not fully understanding "Spec@Group" - If I create a group called "NetworkMeeting" and add all the people in that, would the address be NetworkMeeting@MyDomain.com?
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    Andrei Buldus · 4 years ago
    Hey guys. This code works great but i have a little problem . The email i am trying to send is part of two categories : Send Message(the macro uses) and PROGRAMARI RED-TEAM. The macro works fine when i only add the Send Message category, but as soon as any other category is added the macro stops sending emails. Here is the code so far. Please help :P

    Private Sub Application_Reminder(ByVal Item As Object)
    Dim objMsg As MailItem
    Set objMsg = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)

    'IPM.TaskItem to watch for Task Reminders
    If Item.MessageClass "IPM.Appointment" Then
    Exit Sub
    End If

    If Item.Categories "Send Message" Then
    Exit Sub
    End If

    objMsg.To = Item.Location
    objMsg.BCC = "andrei.buldus@promotor.ws"
    objMsg.Subject = "Instiintare expirare Autorizatie/Contract Service"
    objMsg.Body = "Buna ziua," & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & _
    "Conform bazei noastre de date, autorizatia/contractul de service, incheiat intre compania nostra si " + Item.Subject + " urmeaza sa expire in termen de 14 zile." & vbNewLine & _
    "Acest lucru este in atentia departamentului nostru Service, si urmeaza sa fiti contactati in cel mai scurt timp posibil pentru a stabili cursul actiunilor viitoare." & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & _
    "Va multumim pentru increderea acordata." & vbNewLine & _
    "Promotor Import Export S.R.L." & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & _
    "Acesta este un mesaj automat."

    objMsg.Send

    Set objMsg = Nothing
    End Sub
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      victor · 3 years ago
      it's stopping because of the line.... If Item.Categories <> "Send Schedule Recurring Email" Then Exit Sub
      when you add the other category it is cuasing the exit sub.... maybe use if instr(1,item.categories,"Send Schedule Recurring Email") =0 then exit sub or something like that...
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    Duane Cowperthwait · 4 years ago
    I need to know how\if you can attached an excel spreed sheet?
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    Tracy · 4 years ago
    It sent fine, but it dropped all of the fancy formatting I have in my email body. How do I get it to keep this formatting???
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    alex · 4 years ago
    So two things, one it doesn't show up the way I have written it I.E. there is no bold characters and two how do I add a signature? because it shows up as a hyper link instead of my regular signature. Thanks for the help.
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      Tracy · 4 years ago
      Alex

      Mine shows up with the formatting stripped out too. How do we keep it?
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    William · 4 years ago
    I have office 2016 and I tried this, following your instructions exactly. It worked!! Thank you so much.

    I did have to change my macro security settings in Outlook 2016 and VBA editor to get it to work, but once that was done the instructions flowed easily.
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      Ahmad · 3 years ago
      Hi, How did you change the macro security settings in outlook and what did you change it to?
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    bonnie · 4 years ago
    Hi
    when i follow all steps and save and go do make another email- the code is still there from last time.
    Is the code attached to the category selected so no need to add the code for each email?
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      Kyle · 4 years ago
      Hi Bonnie, the VBA code only needs to be added once (for the first recurring e-mail). If setting up more than one recurring e-mail just miss out that step.
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    RD · 5 years ago
    The VBA code did not appear when I pressed ALT & F11. I was able to pull up the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications, but no code was present. Can you please advise?

    Thank you,
    Raj
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      KYLE · 5 years ago
      Hi Raj, no VBA code should be present. If you follow the guide above, when you double click on "ThisOutlookSession" it is supposed to be empty. You have to copy and paste the code shown in the guide into the "ThisOutlookSession" window and then save it. Hope this helps.
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    Ashley · 5 years ago
    Is it possible to schedule an email to be sent in outlook when the computer is gone. For example, I would like to send an appointment reminder on Sunday for a meeting on Monday, but I am not at work on Sundays, so how do I get that email to go out on Sunday when I am not at work and my computer is off?

    Thanks!
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    Kyle · 6 years ago
    Yes Aaron, I needed to do this myself. I tried adding a distribution list (Outlook Contact Group) called 'Spec Group'. This did not send. However, I changed the list name to 'Spec@Group' (to make it look like an actual e-mail address) and this worked perfectly. It must need the '@' to get picked up. Lucky guess! :lol:
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      Tracy · 4 years ago
      This worked well. Now I need the same email to go to multiple groups. Can anyone help?

      Private Sub Application_Reminder(ByVal Item As Object)

      Dim CF As Folder
      Set CF = Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderContacts)

      Dim DLI As DistListItem
      Set DLI = CF.Items("GDL Group 1")

      Dim MItem As MailItem
      Set MItem = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)
      If Item.MessageClass "IPM.Appointment" Then Exit Sub
      If Item.Categories "Recurring GDL Recert Email" Then Exit Sub
      MItem.To = DLI
      MItem.Subject = Item.Subject
      MItem.Body = Item.Body
      MItem.Send
      Set MItem = Nothing

      End Sub
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        Kristal · 3 years ago
        Make another Distribution list that contains/points to the other Distribution Lists that you already have setup that you want to include.
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    Aaron · 6 years ago
    Is there a way to send to distribution list in contacts?
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    Donna · 6 years ago
    Hey, check this out - I think you'll absolutely love this feature.. No more weekly template emails
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    Tammy · 6 years ago
    Does this code work with Office 365 - Outlook 2013? I have followed the steps several times, enabled the macros, too. I get the reminder and press dismiss but the emails never send.
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    Patrick · 6 years ago
    do you need to have outlook open / running to send the recurring mail ?
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    bububububbb · 6 years ago
    how do you turn it off?
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      Kyle · 6 years ago
      Off the top of my head, to stop sending the recurring e-mail you could either:
      1. Delete the appointment altogether.
      2. Change or Remove the set Category.
      3. Apply an 'End By' Date to the Appointment Recurrence.
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    Pete · 6 years ago
    You might also consider using Windows Task Scheduler for something like this. It is easy to use and can even handle attachments.
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      israel · 4 years ago
      Which code are you using? It didn't attach to the email the attachments.
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      israel · 4 years ago
      I tried with task but i don't gain anything since the attachment does not go to the body of the email. Please advise how you have done it.
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    Kyle · 6 years ago
    I sorted this out eventually by enabling macros in Outlook which by default is switched off.

    Only problem I have now is that the text in the e-mail is plain text only, no bold, font size or colour changes etc. come across. Is there any way to change the code above so you have RTF or HTML text in the e-mail?
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      Kim Broendberg · 5 years ago
      [quote name="Kyle"]I sorted this out eventually by enabling macros in Outlook which by default is switched off.

      Only problem I have now is that the text in the e-mail is plain text only, no bold, font size or colour changes etc. come across. Is there any way to change the code above so you have RTF or HTML text in the e-mail?[/quote]
      Hi
      Did you find a solution for this.
      I need it to :)

      Kim
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      Kim Broendberg · 5 years ago
      Hi
      Did you solve this.
      I have the same problem
      Tried this, but not working.
      Sub SetMailFormat_2002_2003_2007_2010(ByRef mail As Object)
      Dim mailFormat As System.Int32
      mailFormat = Convert.ToInt32(mail.GetType().InvokeMember("BodyFormat", _
      Reflection.BindingFlags.GetProperty, Nothing, mail, Nothing))
      'OlBodyFormat.olFormatUnspecified = 0
      'OlBodyFormat.olFormatPlain = 1
      'OlBodyFormat.olFormatHTML = 2
      'OlBodyFormat.olFormatRichText = 3
      If (mailFormat = 1) Then mailFormat = 2
      mail.GetType().InvokeMember("BodyFormat", _
      Reflection.BindingFlags.SetProperty, _
      Nothing, mail, New Object() {mailFormat})
      End Sub

      Private Sub Application_Reminder(ByVal Item As Object)
      Dim MItem As MailItem
      Set MItem = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)
      If Item.MessageClass "IPM.Appointment" Then Exit Sub
      If Item.Categories "Send Schedule Recurring Email" Then Exit Sub
      MItem.To = Item.Location
      MItem.Subject = Item.Subject
      MItem.Body = Item.Body
      MItem.Send
      Set MItem = Nothing
      End Sub
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    Wonderful · 7 years ago
    I got this to work for the test email, but now it no longer does anything, and I've deleted everything and repeated steps, is there more to this?

    I am on outlook 2013 as well
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      Ann · 6 years ago
      [quote name="Wonderful"]I got this to work for the test email, but now it no longer does anything, and I've deleted everything and repeated steps, is there more to this?

      I am on outlook 2013 as well[/quote]

      Did you ever resolve this? I just set this up and am seeing the same thing you did. Worked great the first time then nothing.
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      bonbon · 7 years ago
      I've had the same problem. This worked the very first time but the recurring appointment reminder doesn't seem to have triggered the email. Has anyone found a solution to this problem?
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    Sally · 7 years ago
    Thank you! This worked. Is there a way to include an attachment in the email that is sent out? I tried a test with adding the attachment to the calendar event but it doesn't come through in the email.
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      michelle · 4 years ago
      did you ever get an answer on how to add an attachment? Thanks!
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    Harshavrath · 7 years ago
    Hi i was able set up an recurring email by following the above steps, but when i created an Hyperlink in the body of an Appointment, when the event was triggered and i got an mail in the mail the Hyperlink was converted to an Raw link.
    Any Help is Appreciated,
    Thanks.
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    Pandurang · 7 years ago
    The method did help. It worked for the initial one appointment created when I was testing it out. But then it stopped working later.
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      Wonderful · 7 years ago
      I had the same issue, I have repeated the steps multiple times and now it isn't working at all, no emails being sent or anything

      Have you been able to fix it?